THE FUTURE OF FIRST NATIONS, INUIT, AND MÉTIS BROADCASTING: CONVERSATION & CONVERGENCE
- Publication date
- 2017 June 15-17
Video archive from Alex Trebek Alumni Hall during the "The Future of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Broadcasting" national conference held at the University of Ottawa, June 15-17, 2017.
The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC), according to its Three-Year Plan 2017-2020, will review the Native Broadcasting Policy (CRTC 1990-89) next year. The gatherings entitled "The Future of First Nations, Inuit and Métis Broadcasting" aim to bring practitioners, policy makers and academics together as allies to prepare a context for respectful and meaningful consultation. The idea is to create or identify the terms of reference for the CRTC deliberations to ensure that any policy changes support the development goals that Indigenous media activists, broadcasters, and community members themselves identify. This gathering seeks to share decision making power with the people, and to assert Indigenous rights to media democracy 'for as long as the waters flow'.
Discussion Topics: The CRTC Process & CRTC Policy
- How would you like the CRTC consultation process to be conducted?
- How should the review process itself be changed?
- What should the policy entail?
- What are the elements to include or exclude?
- What changes would be required to the Broadcasting Act to ensure the policy is upheld?
In hosting The Future of First Nations, Inuit, and Métis Broadcasting national conference in Ottawa, we acknowledge these events took place on the traditional unceded territory of the Algonquin Anishnaabeg people.
More information about this event, the regional gatherings (and archives), our supporters, and the project team is available online at www.IndigenousRadio.ca
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DAY ONE - June 15, 2017
Coffee & Conversation with Hon. Mélanie Joly, Minister of Canadian Heritage -- LINK
Opening Ceremony with Fred McGregor, the Traditional Knowledge Keeper for the Faculty of Education (University of Ottawa), and Welcome remarks by Ms. Rachel Blaney, Member of Parliament for North Island Powell River, plus Welcome with President and Vice-Chancellor Jacques Frémont (University of Ottawa), Dean Kevin Kee (University of Ottawa - Faculty of Arts), and the Project Team -- LINK
Panel: Broadcasting the laws of the lands and waters (Alex Trebek Alumni Hall, Room 116) with Mike Metatawabin (Wawatay Communications Society), Banchi Hanuse (Nuxalk Radio) and Monique Manatch (Rapid Lake Radio) -- LINK
Panel: Native Licensed Broadcasters (Alex Trebek Alumni Hall, Room 116) with Carolyn King (CKRZ), Cory Whiteduck (CKWE), and Les Carpenter & Conner Coles (Native Communications Society [NCS] of the NWT) -- LINK
Panel: Evaluating Policy (Alex Trebek Alumni Hall, Room 116) with Monica Auer (Forum for Research and Policy in Communications [FRPC]), Dr. Aliaa Dakroury (Saint Paul University), Dr. Geneviève Bonin (University of Ottawa), and Julia Szwarc (University of Ottawa) -- LINK
Forum: Outcomes from the Regional Conversations (Alex Trebek Alumni Hall, Room 116) with the Project Team -- LINK
DAY TWO - June 16, 2017
Presentation: How to get your way with the CRTC, with Professor Andrew Cardozo (Carleton University), former CRTC Commissioner 1997-2003 -- LINK
Panel: International views on Indigenous media and policy (Alex Trebek Alumni Hall, Room 116) with Commissioner Adriana Labardini (Federal Telecommunications Institute - Mexico), Loris Taylor (Native Public Media - US), Professor Chen-Ling Hung (Commissioner of National Communications Commission – Taiwan), and John Ahni Schertow (Intercontinental Cry) -- LINK
Keynote Address (in French): The right to self-determination & Indigenous media policy (Alex Trebek Alumni Hall, Room 116) with MP Romeo Saganash (Abitibi-Baie James-Nunavik- Eeyou) -- LINK
Simultaneous interpretation available in English here -- LINK
Discussion: Researching Indigenous Media Practices and Policying in Canada - Challenges and Futures (Alex Trebek Alumni Hall, Room 116) in conversation with Dr. Lorna Roth (Concordia University) and the Project Team -- LINK
Panel: Breaking Barriers in Campus-Community Radio (Alex Trebek Alumni Hall, Room 116) Dan & Mary Lou Smoke (Smoke Signals [CHRW]), Mark Watson, David Murphy, & Kevin Tikivik (Nipivut [CKUT]), Zoe Ludski (Tla’Amin Word of the Day [CJMP]) -- LINK
Forum - CRTC Process (Alex Trebek Alumni Hall, Room 116) with the Project Team -- LINK
DAY THREE - June 17, 2017
Round Table: Intervening for Policy and Regulatory Supports for Indigenous Communications Infrastructure (Alex Trebek Alumni Hall, Room 116) with Tim Whiteduck, Penny Carpenter, Dr. Heather Hudson, & Dr. Rob McMahon (First Mile Connectivity Consortium) -- LINK
Panel: Reforming the CRTC? Options for Decolonization, Reconcili-action and Centering Sovereignty in PolicyMaking (Alex Trebek Alumni Hall, Room 116) with Kristiana Clemens & Dana Wesley (Community Media Advocacy Centre [CMAC]), Claudine Vanevery-Albert (CKRZ), and John Gagnon (Wawatay Communications Society) -- LINK
Forum: CRTC Policy (Alex Trebek Alumni Hall, Room 116) with the Project Team -- LINK
Keynote Address: iPhones, Bush Tea & Dibajimowinan - Reflections on the Intersection Between Indigenous Knowledge, Technology & Storytelling with Ryan McMahon (Makoons Media Group) -- LINK
In Alex Trebek Alumni Hall, Room 116 with Dan & Mary Lou Smoke -- LINK
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